[Pt. 1] Broken and Abused: Overcoming the Trauma of Domestic Violence

May 16th, 2020

You are physically & emotionally injured. Frustrated and confused. "He never hit me before. Why now?" For others, you are questioning your very existence because even after he promised to honor & protect you, you are here. Now. Once again. You are broken and abused. Held up in the waiting room. Anticipating the next doctor's prognosis. Yet, once again.....

 

Welcome to Broken and Abused: Overcoming the Trauma of Domestic Violence 

 

Learn more about Dr. M. Nichole Peters here: ROCK     

 

Lisa Nobles, the host's show reference:

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. (n.d.). National Statistics. Retrieved from: https://ncadv.org/statistics

 

 

COVID 19 & The Quarantine

May 2nd, 2020

Studies show that substantial contributing causes of the widespread of COVID 19 amongst minority groups are as a result of at least three scholarly factors. One, an accumulation of social factors that can account for why our black and brown communities are the leading ethnic groups for confirmed COVID 19 cases and deaths in the United States. Secondly????? Join the conversation now to hear more :O)

 

Welcome to COVID 19 & The Quarantine 

 

Learn more about the queens of the roundtable guest here: N.P. Sequoise Shyma   | Dr. Shaletra 

 

Lisa Nobles, the Podcast Host References 

 

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2020, May 1). Coronavirus (COVID19). Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2KVSIep 

Nanaia, R. (2020 May 1). Blacks, Hispanics Hit Harder by the Coronavirus, Early U.S. Data Show Chronic Health Conditions and Social Factors are to Blame Experts Say. AARP. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/3f9OVIr

 

 

 

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